Singh has previously held senior posts at MMD Corporate & Public Affairs, Grayling and Huntsworth, as well as MHP Communications. Most recently, he was COO at The Moment Content Company – a spin-out of TV production firm Twofour Group.
Singh has been appointed 'to drive forward the strategic growth of the business', which operates out of offices in London, Dubai and Edinburgh, delivering digital marketing services including SEO, content marketing and digital PR to blue chip clients across the UK, Middle East and US.
Singh said: "Caliber is a fantastically innovative consultancy with an enviable reputation in the digital marketing space. Joining the team to shape and drive forward the strategic direction of the business is an exciting opportunity.
"We have a strong basis within the existing marketplace where we already work with a collection of leading brands across the UK, Middle East and US. I’m looking forward to building on these relationships to further strengthen our commercial position and give our existing and new clients the best integrated service offering on the market."
A raft of recent appointments to the agency’s senior team include Chris McGhee, formerly of Beattie Group, who joins as head of communications.
Jonny Scott, executive chairman at Caliber, said: "Rav's expert insight into the wider marketing industry will be invaluable. The agency continues to go from strength-to-strength and with Rav heading up our leadership team, we look forward to rolling out our ambitious development plans."
In 2016 Singh was appointed an ambassador by The Taylor Bennett Foundation (TBF), the charity set up to tackle the lack of ethnic diversity in PR, to help promote its work in the industry and beyond.
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